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How to walk through walls

Posted: Thu, 3rd Jul 2008, 1:39am

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cottonproductions

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Hi everyone!

I just wanted to share a tutorial I made for my youtube channel on how to walk through walls using compositelab pro. It's really easy so maybe nobody will be interested but I wanted to post it anyway to try and give something back to the community here.

Part 1: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Nfo3TIysJCw

Part 2: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zKGwX39v_IY

Trea Cotton
Cotton Productions
Posted: Sat, 19th Jul 2008, 6:55pm

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riftmaster

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Posted: Sat, 19th Jul 2008, 10:42pm

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NightMan

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Yea! Thanks for that. I'm going to use the effect in reverse in my next movie. I want to show my characters arriving through a time tunnel!
Posted: Sun, 20th Jul 2008, 12:33am

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NightMan

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What program did you use to record what you were doing in the software?
Posted: Wed, 23rd Jul 2008, 4:49am

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cottonproductions

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I used Hypercam 2 trial version I beleive. Here is a website that you can find alot of different trials for screen recorders. http://www.download.com/Video-Capture-Software/3150-13633_4-0.html

Some only record a certain length and some don't do audio.. Out of 10 I downloaded I liked Hypercam the best.